Block Printing Workshop

Wednesday, July 10 | Pittsfield Branch | 6:30-8:30pm | Grade 6 - Adult

At this block printing workshop you will create a design, carve the design into a soft linoleum block with the proper tools, and then print the image onto paper and/or note cards. This is your chance to create wall art, or perhaps design a card.

We will supply all the tools necessary, you supply the creativity! If you have a design you want to carve please bring a sketch along, or if you have your own tools, feel free to bring those as well. If not, no worries, we’ve got you covered. No younger siblings please, we're using sharp tools.

Don't forget to check out some of AADL’s books on block printing for a spark of ideas.


Will be at my branch to participate in the programs. My creative/artistic kid will love this. Thanks AADL.

I will definitely try to make it; sounds amazing!

I would love to participate in this event :)

Want to try this. Seems so fun.

The block printing workshops are always well run - I'm glad you're having another!

this workshop sounds like a lot of fun! I hope I can make it!

I'm going and I'm really excited!!!!! Can't wait!!!!!!!!!

Awesome, I'll try to make it

Ooh...Sounds cool. :)

Maybe I'll go...

I really hope I can make this event! I loved it, and I believe there was a similar one last year too - which I enjoyed!!!

I will definitely try to make this one!

I really want to go to this.

I'm definitely probably going. I think… Depends on if I have time or not. :/ I really want to go, though.

Schedules... I never liked you anyways...

very good book


This was fantastic! I would love to see the program happen again; I might try something a little more textured.

Loved seeing all the creativity that this activity inspired. Great program. Hope you do it again!

I would have liked to have gone to this, but the bus doesn't go to this branch.

I cant believe I missed this - hope to see it happen again!

Couldnt make it to the event, missed it!

Sounds like it would have been fun

Loved doing this in middle school.